I’ve had something I haven’t had in quite some time, a weekend, mostly to myself.
The wife and kids went to lower state band competition yesterday. I stayed home.
It’s not that I’m unsupportive. I worked fifty-nine hours, and some change this week. I drove over seven hundred miles. Simply put, I was worn out.
That didn’t stop me from working around the house. I washed clothes, cleaned the kitchen, took off the trash, etc.
I worked on my project on the truck, rewiring one of the power points so that I could hide wires. I wouldn’t say I like dangling wires.
I also put my GPS back in because of the disruption in service with Verizon last week. I don’t need maps to know where I’m going most of the time, but I do like knowing what time I’m getting there. Time can be my friend and my enemy with work.
Working on the truck is relaxing, I find.
We finished season 8 of Blacklist today. I still don’t know who Reddington really is.
I hope it isn’t disappointing when it’s finally revealed.
A good quote from the show.
“Loyalty to individuals. Relationships, that’s what makes the world go round.”
I find this is very true. The company is an entity that doesn’t care about you. It’s unable to care for you. It’s a thing.
People you have a chance with, though.
That’s it. That’s the post.